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-- work for facebook and left in order to work for the barack obama campaign. that is something that was anything but short and was consistent with the kind of things chris hughes has been talking about which is trying to live a life would have a genuine impact, a direct positive impact on delighting hour the words that you have yours. less than a year ago, he purchased dominant control of a publication in the new republic that was also in failing health and has made a awful lot of dust and caused a lot of interest because he was not only publisher and editor-in-chief but he was actively engaged reshaping it and had career ambitions to make the new republic something that would be among the most influential and the most important idea magazine in the country. he is serious about high-quality journalism. that is the thing that he talks about again, but his focus is not just about digital technologies. he has taken this venerable institution and profession, journalism, and is looking at them informed by his deep knowledge of digital technology in the digital world, but also with a
of a back-and-forth towing the state of utah and the department of health and human services and the obama administration as to what does and does not comply with addict tapes of the affordable care act. it's not the only state in that quandary but utah having something on the ground in the field. shortly he will be talking about the utah exchange and place it in the larger context of what should represent an innovative state-led health policy reform and also talk a little bit about utah's approach to medicaid reform and a difficult process of getting the federal government to provide flexibility for the states in the state of utah's overall leadership role in promoting patient-centered health care. as some of you may recall last month and it's not a widely recorded story the obama administration asked the decided once again to change the product and change the name. so they decided in mid-january that they didn't want to call it health exchanges but they would now have what we call health marketplaces, marketplaces without our kit perhaps. the official explanation for this was that it was
of health and human services and the obama administration as to what does or does not comply with the dictates of the affordable care act. the only state in a quandary, utah a little far advance, something on the ground and in a few. in shortly governor herbert will be talking not only about the utah exchange but also places in the larger context of what should represent the innovative and effective state-led health policy reform. he will also talk a little bit about utah's approach to medicaid reform and the difficult process trying to get the federal government to buy more flexibility the states. the state utah's overall leadership in promoting market-based patient-centered health care. some of you may recall last month and not widely reported sure, the obama administration actually decided once again to if you can change the product you can change the name. so they decided in the mr. jindal there were no longer be called health exchanges but they would now forth with be called health marketplace. marketplaces -- the official explanation for the was there was because the wo
liberal folks and most if not all of them voted for obama to the and so i think they share a similar world view as the leaders but i didn't buy the magazine to expand a little outlet. i bought it for that type of journalism that we can do inside of it, which you know, different people can say different things about how that intersects. we did some qualitative. do you know the new republic? do you think it is liberal or conservative? 24% of people said conservative and 22% said the liberal. now as an owner of a magazine it's interesting when in washington and new york a lot of folks will say they used to support the editorial board and the iraq format or this and that and it's a very conservative. other people will have the opposite viewpoint and what i always end up saying is we don't have a party line anymore. we have a lot of reporters and a lot of different opinions and hopefully each one of them can help, some of them you love and hate that some of them will change how you think about the world around you. >> for you going to write a column or have anything in an explicitly? >> i haven
the obama could ministers also did in terms of playing from guam to deal with the north korean kim jong-il and the continuing under kim jong-un. this cycle was repeated obviously recently with the december 12, 2012, rocket launch that was successful, and it showed come in 10 straight for the first time critical technology for a long range missile. so why put a satellite into but the important of a builder is it demonstrate long range missile capacity. only eight months earlier, of course a similar rocket shattered over the oc so this was a significant stride forward for north korea military perspective. that was met with a unanimous resolution, 27 and the u.n. security council, which undertook a fair proportion response of targeted sanctions on the space agency and scientists, but it was met with disproportionate asymmetric threats out of north korea, and even though u.n. security council talk about a roadmap to get back to the six-party talks, they were obviously ignored a north korea now has gone ahead with a third nuclear test this month. this new provocations begins a new cycle, so
. the obama administration appointed him to the national innovation and competitiveness strategy advisory board and, among other things, he's written books about innovation economics. so we're going to dive right in. i want to start by talking about this moment in history in technology and talk about some of the technology elements that are actually coming together now to make this a meaningful discussion in a way that's probably more true than it would have been a few years ago. so, um, i wanted to start with you, avi, do you want to give -- >> absolutely. i personally think that we live in an incredible moment in recorded human history because of the convergence of the technologies that together make manufacturing and creativity democratized, localized and possible. and specifically i'm talking about the convergence of computing power in the cloud, mobile devices, artificial intelligence, robotics and incredibly accurate and inexpensive sensors like the one that you have in your kinect xbox and 3d printing that when used in combination can completely transform the way that we educate, c
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